Seahawks, Trail Blazers react as Tom Brady, Bucs best Chiefs in Super Bowl LV


Tom Brady is unquestionably the G.O.A.T. of football and he showed it on Sunday night in Super Bowl LV.

One year after parting ways with the New England Patriots, and joining Bruce Arians in Tampa Bay, Brady has led the Bucs to their first NFL championship in 20 years, and he made one of the league’s most intriguing quarterbacks look absolutely stumped.

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This photo says it all.

The Bucs bulldozed the Mahomes led Chiefs 31-9 in front of 25,000 fans and 30,000 cardboard cutouts. Mahomes failed to register a single touchdown score. Brady has now gone to 10 Super Bowl games and won seven of them. Incredible.

Many took to Twitter to sing Brady's praises, including some of the Pacific Northwest's star athletes. 

Joining Brady in illustrious company are ex-Huskies Jaydon Mickens and Vita Vea, as well as Washington State’s Deone Bucannon, and Portland native, and Grant HS alum Ndamukong Suh.

Former Oregon standout Kenjon Barner and former Husky defensive lineman Benning Potoa’e were inactive for Super Bowl 55 but are also now Super Bowl champions. Barner is now a three-time Super Bowl champion.